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Freeworld Design Centre exhibition

Freeworld Design Centre exhibition

Yesterday I spoke about the Freeworld Design Centre and today I thought I’d take you on a virtual tour of their current exhibition. It runs until the end of July so there’s still plenty of time to see it if you’re in Cape Town. Four designers were given the brief ‘Openness to Explore’ and were encouraged to use brand new paint and coating products.

My favourite display is by Tracy Lynch, fun, colourful and quirky… just up my street! Tracy used Earthcote’s innovative new glass paint which is made from recycled glass beads. It adds a lovely texture and together with the hand stenciling, the effect is amazing!

Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Kerstin Eser created a dynamic window display using “upcycled” garments made from paint-splattered overalls created by Christopher Strong.
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Neil Stemmet of Koncept created a beautiful living room with a wonderful variety of unusual and old world pieces. I love the colours and feel of this space.
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
And lastly Liam Mooney created a striking black on black display showcasing some of his new products.
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre
Freeworld Design Centre

Freeworld Design Centre, Cape Waters Building, 71 Waterkant Street, Cape Town
Tel: +27 (0) 21 427 8918
 
Photography: by me

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  1. LatteLisa

    8 June

    This looks like so much fun. I love the tea set in the last photo!

    PS. I just posted a giveaway on my blog which might interest you 😉

  2. Cupcake Couture

    8 June

    Amazing post.
    This is definately on my CT to do list. Making a trip in August. x

  3. dressed by style

    8 June

    Hi Lana. Love this and your shots are great. I'm intending on popping in there soon, and your post has totally whetted my appetite!

  4. Anna of IHOD

    9 June

    I love having a peak into exhibitions like these. Fascinating! Thanks Lana!

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